Time of the Wolf by Elizabeth Harris

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I am both surprised and yet unsurprised at how much I like this book. Children maturing into YA then NA? Not generally a fan but here I am. Stories that cover more than 15 years? Nope not for me but this I ate up.
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The evil had lasted two thousand years…and only love could break its spell.

Henry and Thea felt an almost supernatural attachment to the Fens of East Anglia and to the woman who guided them there - Florence, Henry’s grandmother.

The two were fascinated by her stories of Dark-Ages passions, murder and betrayal.

They knew that through her stories, Florence was trying to tell them something else, and that her interest in their growing love for each other seemed to have another dimension…

Unknown to them, their passion had an extraordinary power — one that could awaken the ghosts of an evil that has survived the passing of the centuries.

Tormented by visions of the past, knowing the future was not theirs, Henry and Thea are thrown back to the Dark-Age world of The House of the Wolf and a destiny from which only one person can save them …

Praise for Elizabeth Harris

'[Harris] writes these gorgeous books in modern day style, producing intense and beautiful tales of ancient charm' – Bangor Chronicle 'A worthy heir to Ellis Peters, though grittier, materialises' – Poison in the Pen 'Proof that a writer of medieval crime fiction can deliver something fresh' – The Times

Elizabeth Harris was born in Cambridge and brought up in Kent, where she now lives. After graduation she hid a variety of jobs including driving a van, being a lifeguard and working in the Civil Service. She has travelled extensively in Europe and America, and lived for some years in the Far East. Elizabeth Harris was one of the finalists of the 1989 Ian St James Awards. She is an acclaimed writer with many novels to her name. In The Quiet Earth , she deftly weaves the challenges and questions of modern life into those of the distant past, to deliver a story brimming with intrigue, history and romance. She is also the author of The Herb Gatherers.

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Published March 17, 2016 by Endeavour Media. 375 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Science Fiction & Fantasy, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Jayne on May 20 2016

I am both surprised and yet unsurprised at how much I like this book. Children maturing into YA then NA? Not generally a fan but here I am. Stories that cover more than 15 years? Nope not for me but this I ate up.

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